Windows Converting loads of MP4 files to make DVDs

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  1. Arboreal

    Arboreal Well-Known Member

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    We have a shed load of MP4 files from our old Flip camera, and would like to convert them (preferably for free) to something that can be burned to DVD and played on our DVD player.
    Having just spent loads on getting our MiniDV tapes archived, the 'management' (SWMBO) now wants the Flip vids done at home for free.
     
  2. wolfticket

    wolfticket Downwind from the bloodhounds

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    I used DVD Flick ages ago and it seemed to do the job. Perhaps it's not been updated in quite a long time now though. DVDStyler looks like another more recent option, albeit not something I have tried.
    Both are free (and open source).
     
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    Thanks @wolfticket, I've downloaded both and will try Flick first once it's on my I5 PC, which should be more capable at transcoding that little lot.
     

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